temporal bone fracture

temporal bone fracture

a break in the temporal bone of the skull, sometimes characterized by bleeding from the ear. Diminished hearing, facial paralysis, or infection of the tympanic cavity leading to meningitis may occur.
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7] Temporal bone fracture was associated in 15 of all the 16 cases in the study done by Long et al.
In adults it is associated with Bell's palsy, temporal bone fracture, Guillain-Barre's syndrome, encephalitis, tuberculous otitis media and CSOM with granulations.
The presence of CSF rhinorrhoea indicates the existence of an abnormal communication between the intracranial CSF spaces and the nasal cavity (or via the eustachian tube from a temporal bone fracture and CSF-leak).
The present paper describes a case of cochlear implantation after a bilateral temporal bone fracture causing bilateral profound hearing loss and ossification of one cochlea.
Characteristics of reported cases of sympathetic hearing loss Author Age Baseline/preop Etiology threshold * Harris et al, (1) 30 15 Exc VS (TL) 1985 55 8 Exc VS (TL) 36 0 Exc VS (MF) 34 2 Exc VS (TL) 64 48 Exc VS (TL) Schindler and 44 NR Trauma Niparko, (2) 1998 Schulz et al, (3) 43 WNL Ramsay-Hunt 1999 Richards et al, (4) NR 30 BC/100% syndrome Stapedectomy 2002 (4th) NR 9 BC/100% Stapedectomy (3rd) ten Cate and 20 NR Temporal bone fracture Bachor, (5) 2005 Morgan et al, 56 15/96% Exc petroclival ([paragraph]) 2016 meningioma (TP) 57 PTA: 35/96% Exc VS (TL) Author Onset of SHL Threshold at post-etiology SHL diagnosis * Harris et al, (1) 7 days 82 1985 31 days 60 14 days 20 9 days 25 2.
A comparison of temporal bone fracture classification systems.
The longitudinal temporal bone fracture that extended down the length of the bony canal could be seen dearly.
3)--with a temporal bone fracture who had presented to a level I trauma center over a 1-year period.
Another common cause is temporal bone fracture, especially the longitudinal type.
We describe a case in which tension pneumocephalus was caused by the performance of continuous lumbar CSF drainage in a middle-aged man who had experienced a temporal bone fracture.

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